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Nov 16, 2013 9:45am EST
public television already made a major step forward three or four years ago with dusable to obama. how many saw that in the prize-winning film? the black chicago history forum is committed to getting the various local school councils, lscs, to at least view the films. and maybe those social studies teachers will talk about the film, and then you can go to curriculum change. keep in the mind it is mandated in the state of illinois that african-american history be taught. in illinois you not only have a refusal to teach african-american history, but holocaust history is not being taught. but it's for citizens and groups like this to pressure their legislators to get this thing rolling. it is mandated. it's in law. let's learn what -- let's have those kids learning what they should be learning starting with the film. >> the film maker who made that film, barbara allen, did much of her research here. >> [inaudible] >> there you are. much of the research was done here. it was great material, and the barbara allen papers which includer previous two films -- include her previous two film
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